Key:seamark:type

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Иллюстрация к статье «Береговые знаки» и «Бакан». Военная энциклопедия Сытина (Санкт-Петербург, 1911-1915).jpg
Description
Defines the type of seamarks and other navigation aids for marine charts Edit or translate this description.
Group: Marine navigation
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesmay be used on waysmay be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Documented values: 69
Status: in use

A SeaMapEditor is available to help you add nautical information. Seamark objects are chosen from drop-down menus and specifications can be entered manually. Only characteristics which are relevant for a particular object will be editable.

You will find it under JOSM Presets named Seamark by Aun 'Skippern' Johnsen, Malcolm Herring.

Object OSM Element seamark:type IHO Definition in S-101 DCEG OpenSeaMap View
Anchorage area nodearea anchorage An area in which vessels anchor or may anchor. Anchorage.png
Anchor berth nodearea anchor_berth A designated area of water where a single vessel, sea plane, etc... may anchor. AnchorBerth.png
Beacon, cardinal node beacon_cardinal A beacon used in conjunction with the compass to indicate where the mariner may find the best navigable water.
Beacon, isolated danger node beacon_isolated_danger A beacon that is moored on or above an isolated danger of limited extent, which has navigable water all around it.
Beacon, lateral node beacon_lateral A beacon used to indicate the port or starboard hand side of the route to be followed.
Beacon, safe water node beacon_safe_water A beacon used to indicate that there is navigable water around the mark.
Beacon, special purpose/general node beacon_special_purpose A beacon primarily used to indicate an area or feature, the nature of which is apparent from reference to a chart, Sailing Directions or Notices to Mariners.
Berth nodewayarea berth A named or numbered place where a vessel is moored at a wharf.
Bridge node bridge A structure erected over a body of water, railroad, etc. to provide a roadway for vehicles, pedestrians or to carry utility services.
Bunker station nodearea bunker_station A station, at which a ship is able to bunker fuel, water or ballast fuel station and water supply for larg ships (similar to facilities for small and pleasure crafts)
Building, single nodearea building A relatively permanent structure, roofed and usually walled. It is designed for some particular use which it may be important to indicate.
Buoy, cardinal node buoy_cardinal A buoy used in conjunction with the compass to indicate where the mariner may find the best navigable water.
Buoy, installation node buoy_installation A buoy used for loading tankers with gas or oil. Buoy Installation.png
Buoy, isolated danger node buoy_isolated_danger A buoy that is moored on or above an isolated danger of limited extent, which has navigable water all around it.
Buoy, lateral node buoy_lateral A buoy used to indicate the port or starboard hand side of the route to be followed.
Buoy, safe water node buoy_safe_water A buoy used to indicate that there is navigable water around the mark.
Buoy, special purpose/general node buoy_special_purpose A buoy primarily used to indicate an area or feature, the nature of which is apparent from reference to a chart, Sailing Directions or Notices to Mariners.
Cable area area cable_area An area which contains one or more submarine cables.
Cable, overhead way cable_overhead An overhead cable is an assembly of wires or fibres, or a wire rope or chain, which is supported by structures such as poles or pylons and passing over or nearby navigable waters. CableO.png
Cable, submarine way cable_submarine An assembly of wires or fibres, or a wire rope or chain which has been laid underwater or buried beneath the seabed.
Causeway wayarea causeway A raised way across low or wet ground or water.
Checkpoint nodearea checkpoint An official place to register, declare or check goods and people.
Coastguard station nodearea coastguard_station Watch keeping stations at which a watch is kept either continuously, or at certain times only. Openseamap rendering coastguard station.png
Control point node control_point A point on the ground where position (horizontal and vertical) is used as a base for a dependent survey. Also referred to as a control station. trigonometric point, reference point, fix point, hight/level mark, similar to survey_point in OSM
Crane nodearea crane Cranes are machines used for hoisting and moving heavy objects. Crane container.png Crane other.png
Distance mark node distance_mark A distance mark indicates the distance measured from an origin and consists of either a solid visible structure or a distinct location without special installation.
Dredged area area dredged_area An area of the bottom of a body of water which has been deepened by dredging.
Dumping Ground area dumping_ground A sea area where dredged material or other potentially more harmful material, e.g. explosives, chemical waste, is deliberately deposited.
Fairway area fairway That part of a river, harbour and so on, where the main navigable channel for vessels of larger size lies. Openseamap rendering fairway.png
Ferry route way ferry_route A route in a body of water where a ferry crosses from one shoreline to another. Route ferry.png
Gate nodewayarea gate A structure that may be swung, drawn, or lowered to block an entrance or passageway.
Harbour basin area harbour_basin An enclosed area of water surrounded by quay walls constructed to provide means for the transfer of cargos from and to ships.
Harbour facility nodearea harbour A Harbour installation with a service or commercial operation of public interest. A body of water providing protection for vessels, and providing anchoring and docking facilities. Harbour.png Fishing Harbour.png Marina.png Marina NF.png
Hulk nodearea hulk The hull of a wrecked or condemned ship, which is moored in a permanent position or grounded. Openseamap rendering hulk.png
Landmark nodewayarea landmark A prominent object at a fixed location which can be used in determining a location or a direction. see Seamarks/Landmarks
Major Light nodearea light_major An important luminous aid to navigation, light, lighthouse, to which a name can be attributed. Generally, a major light may be considered to be a light intended for use at sea, usually with a range of 15 miles or more, and in outer approaches to harbours. The IALA Maritime Buoyage System rules (INT-1 Q 130) do not apply for most landfall lights. In general, sector lights follow IALA convention when used for marking a channel. Light Major.png
Minor Light nodearea light_minor A luminous or lighted aid to navigation, light. The IALA Maritime Buoyage System rules (INT-1 Q 130) will apply to minor lights, but not to leading lights. Light Minor.png
Light float node light_float A boat-like structure used instead of a light buoy in waters where strong streams or currents are experienced, or when a greater elevation than that of a light buoy is necessary. Light Float.png
Light vessel node light_vessel A distinctively marked vessel anchored or moored at a charted point, to serve as an important floating aid to navigation with major light. Light Vessel.png
Lock basin area lock_basin A lock basin is a wet dock in a waterway, permitting a ship to pass from one level to another.
Marine farm/culture nodewayarea marine_farm An assemblage of cages, nets, rafts and floats or posts where fish, including shellfish, are artificially cultivated. Openseamap rendering marine farm.png
Military practice area nodearea military_area An area within which naval, military or aerial exercises are carried out. Also called an 'exercise area'.
Mooring/Warping facility nodewayarea mooring The equipment or structure used to secure a vessel.
Navigation line way navigation_line A straight line extending towards an area of navigational interest and generally generated by two navigational aids or one navigational aid and a bearing.
Notice mark node notice A notice board or sign indicating information to the mariner. A signboard used to indicate prohibitions, regulations, restrictions, recommendations and general information which apply to a waterway or a section of a waterway. Notice A1.png Notice E15.png Notice E24.png + many more
Obstruction, Foul Ground nodearea obstruction In marine navigation, anything that hinders or prevents movement, particularly anything that endangers or prevents passage of a vessel. Areas over which it is safe to navigate but which should be avoided for anchoring, taking the ground or ground fishing. Seamark obstruction.png
Offshore platform nodearea platform A permanent offshore structure, either fixed or floating, used in the production of oil or natural gas. Openseamap rendering platform.png Openseamap rendering platform fpso.png
Offshore production area area production_area An area at sea within which there are production facilities. Openseamap rendering production area.png
Pilot boarding place node pilot_boarding The meeting place to which the pilot comes out. Openseamap rendering pilot boarding.png
Pile node pile A long heavy timber or section of steel, wood, concrete, etc. forced into the earth which may serve as a support, as for a pier, or a free standing pole within a marine environment. Post.png
Pipeline area area pipeline_area An area containing one or more pipelines. Openseamap rendering pipeline area.png
Pipeline, overhead way pipeline_overhead An overhead pipeline is a pipeline supported by pylons and passing over or nearby navigable waters. PipelineO.png
Pipeline, submarine/on land way pipeline_submarine A connected set of pipes for conveying liquids, slurries, or gases. A pipeline lying on or buried under the seabed or the land. PipelineS.png
Precautionary area nodearea precautionary_area A routeing measure comprising an area within defined limits where ships must navigate with particular caution and within which the direction of traffic flow may be recommended.
Pylon/bridge support nodearea pylon A vertical construction consisting, for example, of a steel framework or pre-stressed concrete to carry cables, a bridge, etc.
Radar reflector node radar_reflector A device capable of, or intended for, reflecting radar signals.
Radar transponder beacon node radar_transponder A transponder beacon transmitting a coded signal on radar frequency, permitting an interrogating craft to determine the bearing and range of the transponder. Also called racon. RadarStation.png
Radar station node radar_station A station with a transmitter emitting pulses of ultra-high frequency radio waves which are reflected by solid objects and are detected upon their return to the sending station. Openseamap rendering radar station.png
Radio calling-in point nodeway calling-in_point On passing a radio calling-in point or crossing a defined line vessels are required to report on VHF to a Traffic Control Centre. Rendering-RDOCAL.png
Radio station node radio_station A place equipped to transmit radio waves. RadarStation.png
Recommended track way recommended_track A route which has been specially examined to ensure so far as possible that it is free of dangers and along which ships are advised to navigate. That portion of a 'navigation line' that a ship should use for navigation.
Rescue station nodearea rescue_station A place where equipment for saving life at sea is maintained. Also called life saving station. Openseamap rendering rescue station.png
Restricted area area restricted_area A specified area on land or water designated by an appropriate authority within which access or navigation is restricted in accordance with certain specified conditions.
Sea-plane landing/operating area nodearea seaplane_landing_area A designated portion of water for the landing and take-off of sea-planes. Openseamap rendering seaplane landing area.png
Shoreline construction, protection structures and harbour installations way shoreline_construction A fixed artificial structure in the water and/or adjoining the land. It may also refer to features such as training walls, which are not necessarily connected to, nor form part of the shoreline.
Signal station, traffic node signal_station_traffic A traffic signal station is a place on shore from which signals are made to regulate the movement of traffic. Signal Station.png
Signal station, warning node signal_station_warning A warning signal station is a place on shore from which warning signals are made to ships at sea. Signal Station.png
Small craft facility nodewayarea small_craft_facility A place at which a service generally of interest to small craft or pleasure boats is available. VisitorBerth.png FuelStation.png SlipwaySCF.png + many more
Traffic separation scheme boundary way separation_boundary The outer limit of a traffic lane part or a traffic separation scheme roundabout. Openseamap rendering separation boundary.png
Traffic separation scheme crossing area separation_crossing A defined area where traffic lanes cross.
Traffic separation scheme lane part way separation_lane An area within defined limits in which one-way traffic flow is established Openseamap rendering separation lane.png
Traffic separation line way separation_line A line separating the lanes in which ships are proceeding in opposite, or nearly opposite directions; or separating a traffic lane from an adjacent sea area; or separating traffic lanes designated for particular classes of ships proceeding in the same direction. Openseamap rendering separation line.png
Traffic separation scheme roundabout area separation_roundabout A routeing measure comprising a separation point or circular separation zone and a circular traffic lane within defined limits. Traffic within the roundabout is separated by moving in a counter clockwise direction around the separation point or zone. Openseamap rendering separation roundabout.png
Traffic separation zone area separation_zone A zone separating the lanes in which ships are proceeding in opposite or nearly opposite directions; or separating a traffic lane from an adjacent sea area; or separating traffic lanes designated for particular classes of ships proceeding in the same direction. Openseamap rendering separation zone.png
Turning basin nodearea turning_basin An area of water or enlargement of a channel used for turning vessels.
Two-way route part way two-way_route An area of a two-way route within which traffic flow is generally along one bearing
Underwater/awash rock node rock A concreted mass of stony material or coral which dries, is awash or is below the water surface. RockC.png RockA.png RockX.png
Virtual AIS aid to navigation node virtual_aton An Automatic Identification System (AIS) message 21 transmitted from an AIS station to simulate on navigation systems an Aid to Navigation which does not physically exist. VIAS.png
Vehicle transfer nodearea vehicle_transfer A place where vehicles can be loaded or unloaded from the inland vessel with onboard or on-shore facilities.
Waterway gauge, tide scale node waterway_gauge A waterway gauge is an instrument for measuring water levels. Waterway-gauge.png
Wreck nodearea wreck The ruined remains of a stranded or sunken vessel which has been rendered useless. WreckD.png WreckND.png WreckS.png


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